When Brooklyn Heights was born as "Manhattan's first suburb," Downtown Brooklyn became the commercial center of the borough, allowing Brooklyn Heights to keep a quiet, residential feel. Downtown Brooklyn attracts more and more residents each year, but it remains the commercial heart of the area, with lots more businesses and restaurants than adjacent Brooklyn Heights.
It is a New Yorker rite of passage: dining alone. But in this foodie town, it's never lonely. Feast at our top picks for eating solo, from lively Terroir to cozy Babbo Read more »
Beauty is in the eye of the diner at these gorgeous restaurants, from the sleekly renovated Tavern on the Green to the soaring Buddakan, which could double as a cathedral Read more »
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